NEWARK, Del. — The game came down to one play. With 2:24 left in the fourth quarter, Penn football lined up from the Delaware two-yard line. If the Quakers could find the end zone, they would lead 29-28, giving a defense that had just come up with a big stop a chance to seal the win. If they failed, the Blue Hens would get the ball back, needing only one first down to ice the game.
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For Kevin Morris, practice doesn’t really start until a player mixes up the simplest of directions.
The fall sports season is just around the corner — the first kickoff features women's soccer on Aug. 30, when the group takes on Stanford in Palo Alto, Calif. With last year's senior leaders gone from campus, the Daily Pennsylvanian Sports editors took a look at which underrated underclassmen are poised for breakout seasons. Here are the three little known players most poised to fill the shoes of departing seniors.
There are plenty of big moments in Penn Athletics history, from the undefeated football team of 1897 to the upset of No. 17 Villanova at the Palestra a year ago. This year brings a fresh slate of big games to Penn's campus — here are five dates Penn sports fans should circle on their calendars this academic year.
Penn’s connections to the state of New York run deep. It’s one of the most heavily represented states in the undergraduate population, thousands of alumni live there, and many current students will end up moving there after graduation. It might be no surprise, then, that Penn women’s lacrosse finds its roots in New York as well.
Max Rothschild spends countless hours each week honing his skills on the court for Penn men’s basketball, but shooting and rebounding aren’t his only talents.
Step back and take a deep breath. And then another one. Breathe until you’ve considered all that Penn men’s basketball has been through this Ivy League season.
There have been quite a few times during this Ivy League season when Penn men’s basketball fans might have longed for the good old days of 2018.
Somehow, it happened again.
Penn basketball had a busy weekend in New York against Cornell and Columbia, with the women’s team winning both games and the men splitting their pair of matchups. Here are some winners and losers from the two days of contests.
NEW YORK — That’s more like it.
ITHACA, N.Y. — Well, that was ugly.
ITHACA, N.Y. — Cold weather hasn’t prevented the Quakers from heating up inside Newman Arena.
On Jan. 31, Penn Athletics announced that Kevin Morris had been named offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for Penn football.
On Jan. 16, the DP had an hour-long sit-down with Associate Athletic Director for Sports Performance Andrea Wieland. Among the topics discussed with Wieland, who has been working at Penn since July 2018, were mental health, mental performance, athletic training, and sports psychology. Here are three key takeaways from the meeting.
The Quakers came in looking for revenge, but they were instead handed yet another crushing defeat.
The Quakers came in looking for revenge, but they’re going to have to fight hard to get it.
In the third week of January, when Penn students return to campus for the beginning of the spring semester, they might be looking forward to a lot of different things. For some, that list might include the opportunity to watch Penn men’s basketball compete against archrival Princeton at the Palestra. But by that time, this game will have already been played. And so will the matchup between the two teams at Princeton.
He might not be in the starting lineup just yet, but freshman forward Michael Wang is already making a significant impact for Penn men’s basketball.
Back in high school, when Jackson Donahue competed for the Middlesex Magic in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), he played a few games against a guard from New Jersey who got on his nerves time and time again.